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Monster Cable Bass Series 1/4" Mono Male to 1/4" Mono Angled Male Instrument Cable - 21'

B&H # MOMBASS21A MFR # 600202
Monster Cable Bass 1/4" Male to 1/4" Angled Male Instrument Cable - 21'

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This Monster Cable Bass Instrument Cable was designed and engineered specifically with the bass musician in mind. It ensures that you maintain your bass guitar's fundamental low-end punch. Dual heavy-gauge bass conductors and patented multiple-gauge wire networks deliver extended low-end frequency response and wide dynamic range. The cable's patented MicroFiber dielectric provides quick transients and full harmonics, while dense shielding reduces interference and hum.

95% coverage copper-braided shield rejects RFI and EMI for a lower noise floor and increased resolution.
MicroFiber inner dielectric provides better isolation of magnetic fields for improved harmonic detail.
IsoTec vibration isolation technology further reduces handling noise.
Extra-flexible Duraflex outer jacket for superior reliability and cut resistance.
Heavy-duty 24k gold contacts with strain relief ensure a reliable, high integrity connection.
UPC: 050644360121
Cable Type Bass guitarist 1/4" instrument cable
Length 21' (6.4 m)
Shielding 95% coverage copper-braided shield
Connector 1 1/4" mono male
Connector 2 1/4" mono angled male
Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.2 x 11.1 x 2.0"
Monster Cable Bass Series 1/4" Mono Male to 1/4" Mono Angled Male Instrument Cable - 21'
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